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Renovation Progress and Palestine Museum of Natural History

The Palestine Museum of Natural History is undergoing a significant expansion project. The existing building is being renovated to add 1,300 square meters of museum space, significantly enhancing its capacity to showcase Palestine’s rich natural heritage.

On Thursday, 27 June 2024, the museum held coordination meetings to move the project forward. The museum team collaborated with engineers and architects from the Center for Cultural Heritage Preservation (CCHP) by conducting on-site inspections. These inspections ensured compliance with technical specifications and provided oversight of construction progress.

The museum also welcomed Mr. George Bassous, Vice President of the City Council of Cultures and Civilizations in Bethlehem. This visit underscores the museum’s ongoing efforts to strengthen collaboration and explore future cooperative ventures with other organizations.

These collaborative endeavors are crucial in preparing the expanded museum to serve as a hub for scientific exploration, educational initiatives, and community engagement.